In 2018, cancer drugs earned the pharmaceutical industry $123.8 billion. Soon, they'll be worth billions more.
The new strain of coronavirus that has spread across Asia is causing concern ahead of China's Lunar New Year.
Today, a quickly emerging set of technologies known as bioprinting is poised to push the boundaries further.
The blood, sweat, and tears might not be so intrinsic to the process after all.
An immune molecule sometimes produced during infection can influence the social behavior of mice.
Is feeling wretched actually helpful?
Christmas Day is the least popular birthday in several countries.
Clinical studies are underway. How we treat them moving forward matters.
A new study analyzed more than 1.5 billion opioid prescriptions over eight years.
Deepfakes are "neither intrinsically good nor evil."
Your microbiome begins in your mouth. Why don't we look there more often?
The possibility of an easy, non-invasive detection method arises.
Scientists find common chemicals can negatively impact pregnant women.
Could this be the beginning of the end of insulin injections?
Dr. Joel Smithers was recently sentenced to decades in prison for the numerous illegal prescriptions he gave out.
FieldTrip is advancing the realm of clinical psychedelic testing.
The recent discovery highlights an alarming cybersecurity vulnerability in the health care industry.
The question is, how can we make employment fair for everyone?
Bill Maher called for fat shaming last week. His argument makes sense.
The large-scale study got it right for 83 percent of participants. Would you take the blood test?
Can treating addiction as a disease work better than treating it as a vice?
Exercise newbies in their seventies and eighties build muscle at the same rate as master athletes.
An outbreak in the number of measles cases in the UK has resulted in the country losing its World Health Organization dedicated “measles-free” status. The culprits responsible for this decline: […]